Hi Tony,I appreciate the aggravation that you are experiencing.I go back to what I suggested months ago: treat these spasms. Get a group of meds that work; this is trial and error.CCB for sure,and watch your exertion! Can't recall if you have nitro for the bad episodes but I'd sure keep it handy.These spasms are very likely to be microvessel involved therefore not likely to cause damage as you would get from the larger vessels but it still hurts and affects your lifestyle.No one will catch these on any tests so you have to have faith that your doc understands this event and treats you.Joan.
It occurs to me that your scarring is more extensive than mine. I don't know what that would mean in terms of time necessary for improvement. But if this works for you, then we have discovered something of great importance. When I next see my doctor (an MD with a foot in both traditional and alternative medicine) I will ask if he knows anything about B5 and scarring. I will let you know what he says. Regards and good luck.
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